The diet of the Lemming consists of moss, grass, small insects and plants and they are found in abundance in Arctic tundra zones and meadows, where a layer of permafrost creates a unique ecological environment. The brown and black Norway Lemming undergoes such sudden, periodic population increases that it is forced to cross bodies of water in search of food.
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